Faculty Opening


Faculty Opening (Professor and Head of Department of Statistics and Applied Probability)

The Department of Statistics and Applied Probability (DSAP), National University of Singapore (NUS) invites applications for the position of the Head of Department.  The position will be available from July 2021 onward.

About the Headship

We are seeking a distinguished candidate to be appointed as tenured full Professor and Head of Department.  The candidate must have demonstrated leadership and management experience in a major university and be a world-class researcher in an active area of contemporary statistics or probability.  He/She should have the ability, vision and commitment to lead the Department to be among the world’s best.  

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Faculty Openings (Tenure-track and Practice-track)

The National University of Singapore intends to hire tenure-track and practice-track faculty members whose expertise is in Data Science or Statistics.  The positions can be at any level.  A Phd in statistics or a related field is required.

Applicants should send an application letter, a CV and a teaching statement and arrange for at least THREE reference letters to be sent directly to the Department of Statistics and Applied Probability.

For tenure-track faculty, a research statement is also required.  

Please find the details of the positions offered in the links below:

  1. Data Science
  2. Statistics

Applications should be sent via email at and addressed to: 

Search Committee 

Department of Statistics & Applied Probability

National University of Singapore

6 Science Drive 2

Singapore 117546


NUS offers internationally competitive remuneration, generous research support and funding, relocation assistance and other benefits. The Department of Statistics and Applied Probability has close to 30 faculty. We provide a stimulating environment for our faculty to develop professionally. For more information about the University, Department and Terms of Service, please visit our websites:


Department of Statistics and Applied Probability